National elections are due to take place in Estonia at the beginning of March 2019. Even if at first glance they seem like any other elections, they’ll almost certainly provide a blueprint for Estonian politics and society for the next decade or so. In a broad sense, there are two alternatives: the first a slight turn to the left whilst retaining the nation’s core liberal democratic values and institutions, and the second a move in the direction of the national conservative radical right. On the subject of the last scenario, although Estonia will by no means become a Baltic vers...
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